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Tesla: per un bug l'auto accelera inavvertitamente. 11 incidenti, uno mortale

Update e richiami in corso. I media danno piu' informazioni dei comunicati ufficiali. Si parla di macchine della polizia colpite mentre erano ferme in autostrada con le luci accese e parzialmente sulla mezzeria; si parla anche di accelerazioni, di attivazioni involontarie, ma non c'e' traccia ufficiale.


Valentino Spataro

 

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"Improvvise accelerazioni, dovute a mancanza di un avviso acustico per l’inserimento o disinserimento del Tacc, avevano fatto perdere il controllo del mezzo ad alcuni conducenti."

Cose da poco per un problema eccezionale. Tante auto, solo 11 incidenti. Chissà quanti ne commettono gli umani, in fondo è sempre meglio vero ?

Questo era il mantra. Continuerà ?

In Cina obbligo di update.

In Usa richiamo.

Sembra che gli utenti possano attivare la guida autonoma inavvertitamente. Cosi'.

La colpa ? Un aggiornamento del software.

Discutibile l'osservazione di CNBC sulla responsabilità del conducente.

Da CNBC: 

"Most incidents took place after dark and the crash scenes encountered included scene control measures such as first responder vehicle lights, flares, an illuminated arrow board, and road cones," the document reads. "The involved subject vehicles were all confirmed to have been engaged in either Autopilot or Traffic Aware Cruise Control during the approach to the crashes."

When engaged, Tesla's Autopilot system allows drivers to maintain speed and lane centering but does not make the vehicle safe to operate without a driver behind the wheel. Drivers are still responsible for identifying roadway obstacles and maneuvers from nearby vehicles.

Dall'autorità:

Summary: Since January 2018, the Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) has identified eleven crashes in which Tesla models of various configurations have encountered first responder scenes and subsequently struck one or more vehicles involved with those scenes. The incidents are listed at the end of this summary by date, city, and state.

Most incidents took place after dark and the crash scenes encountered included scene control measures such as first responder vehicle lights, flares, an illuminated arrow board, and road cones.

The involved subject vehicles were all confirmed to have been engaged in either Autopilot or Traffic Aware Cruise Control during the approach to the crashes. Autopilot is an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) in which the vehicle maintains its speed and lane centering when engaged within its Operational Design Domain (ODD). With the ADAS active, the driver still holds primary responsibility for Object and Event Detection and Response (OEDR), e.g., identification of obstacles in the roadway or adverse maneuvers by neighboring vehicles during the Dynamic Driving Task (DDT).

ODI has opened a Preliminary Evaluation of the SAE Level 2 ADAS system (Autopilot) in the Model Year 2014-2021 Models Y, X, S,and 3. The investigation will assess the technologies and methods used to monitor, assist, and enforce the driver's engagement with the dynamic driving task during Autopilot operation.

The investigation will additionally assess the OEDR by vehicles when engaged in Autopilot mode, and ODD in which the Autopilot mode is functional. The investigation will also include examination of the contributing circumstances for the confirmed crashes listed below and other similar crashes. 

Ancora da CNBC:

"In the Wednesday crash, a driver in a Tesla who said it was on Autopilot struck an officer's blue Dodge Charger sedan as troopers were investigating a crash between a deer and a different vehicle at 1:12 a.m., according to a post by the Michigan State Police on Twitter. The police car was parked and partially sitting in the right lane of a highway with its emergency lights on, Lt. Brian Oleksyk confirmed in an email to CNBC."

18.08.2021 Valentino Spataro
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